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After being knocked out of the playoffs on Sunday night, the Los Angeles Lakers wrap up the season with their annual exit interviews. Players first meet with Mitch Kupchak and Mike D’Antoni, before then taking questions from the media. Click here to see a list of all the interviews added so far.
Steve Nash had a frustrating season in his first year in Los Angeles. After being limited by the Princeton offense early on, he was injured in just the second game of the season when he broke his leg, which lead to him being out of shape for the rest of the season once he returned. He was never really right all year, and would end up missing the last two playoff games for L.A. with lingering back, hip and hamstring issues.
Nash said in his exit interview that he isn’t going to take any time off following the season and he’ll work the hardest he ever has this summer to make sure he’s back to his old self next season.